Learn how to build custom web based bibliographies for personal use and in groups.

“Writing in the margins has always been an essential activity for students. Annotation helps in reading comprehension and in developing critical thinking about course materials. Hypothesis enables students to continue this essential activity with online readings.”

~ Source: https://web.hypothes.is/education/

Come learn how to digitally write in the margins of website content! You will create a personal Hypothesis account and test it on a variety of resources. We will also discuss new integrations recently released for use in Moodle that allow students to annotate web page content as well as PDFs in their course modules, without the need for a Hypothesis account.

For more information on this new resource for Moodle visit: https://web.hypothes.is/education/lms/

Led by Nicole Scalessa, Head of Digital Scholarship and Technology Services.

If you would like to schedule a Hypothes.is workshop for your class or intensive, even a personal tutorial, please contact nscalessa@vassar.edu

Want to get started today? Visit the Hypothes.is LibGuide here: 

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